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  1. Network Managers Event - 11th July 2012

    by , 7th August 2012 at 12:32 PM
    On Wednesday 11th July, I was pleased to be able to welcome collegues from the Plymouth area to a “pilot” meeting – where we could discuss and collaborate on the various challenges we faced. We were also fortunate to be joined by a number of industry specialists to offer their advice and details of emerging trends.

    The event started with Paul Harris, from the Micrsosoft Schools Business Team. Paul opened with the advert for Microsoft Surface – and that is the new Microsoft Surface, ...
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  2. Office 2010 Road Warrior Event at Papakura Normal School (Part 2 of 2)

    by , 26th June 2010 at 06:51 PM (Ramblings from the Restaurant at the Ragged Edge of Reason)
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    Excel is the flagship product for the 64 bit line of Office applications, as Excel itself now has no row limit on documents it is only limited by the memory available on your computer. Excel is in fact the only program that Microsoft recommends from their 64 bit offering for users working with large worksheets of millions of rows (note: this was not from the presentation but a recommendation taken from several different Microsoft presentations).
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  3. Office 2010 Road Warrior Event at Papakura Normal School (Part 1 of 2)

    by , 26th June 2010 at 06:50 PM (Ramblings from the Restaurant at the Ragged Edge of Reason)
    The Road Warrior event at Papakura Normal was well attended attracting at least twenty participants from five separate schools to hear about the new features and improvements available in Office 2010. Part one of this blog entry contains the writeup on general features, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher. The second part contains information on Excel, Office extentions like Ribbon Hero and PowerPivot along with a small amount on SharePoint, Live@Edu and Expression Encoder.

    I arrived ...